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I have a Rottweiler female 11 weeks old.I need help in selecting a dog food for her?

Hi, I have a Rottweiler female 11 weeks old.I need help in selecting a dog food for her.Everyone is recommending me royal canine...Can anyone give me wholesaler numbers of royal canine in Delhi.Or any recommendations of other foods.I don't plan to 100% rely on packet of dog food I may have a composition of 50% packet foods+50% home made.I am a vegetarian and may cook only vegetarian in house Is it a good idea to give a crushed badam mixed in the meal.Please give me recommendation of dog foods+what to give in home
By Kailash Relan · 23 Oct 2009 12:22 am

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By Srikaanth · 23 Oct 2009 5:17 am
Hi Kailash Relan this is Shrikant even i have a female rott of 7 months old. I suggest u Nutripet SUPRA(food for growing female's and lactogen bitches). I tryed and i noticed a good growth in my puppy. It more economical then Royal Canine.
I feed two time Nutripet and one time home made food with Vegetables or milk.
And one more think this is not available in all super markets. It is easily available in pet stores.
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By Dinkar Singh · 23 Oct 2009 11:12 am
Your pup is very small still and I would advise on a good healthy diet for her as it is her growing age along with multi vitamin and calcium as per your vets advise.

Royal Canin is the best and you would require gaint breed puppy for her. Check out RC brouchure and pack for more details.

What you can also do is mix half eukanoba and half RC or take Eukanoba only. Rottweiler are large dogs and need a lot of good quality food. Its ok right now, but what happens when she will grow up will you be able to make so many rotis, etc for her, plus make the food nutritious. .....I will not advise badam as it can be too heavy for the pup.

Home made food generally will be a soup cooked with vegetable and may be nuti nugget and served with rotis. But if not cooked properly can cause health issues.

I will strongly advise manufactured food as advised above
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By Kailash Relan · 23 Oct 2009 11:10 pm
Dinkar Ji, Can u tell me if ur dogs are happy with eukanuba..coz my dog tried pedigree professional large breed puppy formula(she hated that) and I have to force her to eat that..I might get Eukanuba.I checked with royal canin and found out to be expensive and it may be difficult to continue It is approx 4800 for a 15 kg bag...
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By Rana Atheya · 23 Oct 2009 11:21 pm
@Kailash I am feeding Eukanuba and have no problems.
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By Srikaanth · 24 Oct 2009 12:32 am
Hi Kailash i dint update my dogs latest photos. Right now she is in training acamedy for her obedience training.
I can say that right now she is of a Lab size or bigger then a lab. Even my dog hate Pedigree. I heard about Eukanuba from somany people but i never tryed it.
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By Kailash Relan · 24 Oct 2009 8:59 am
what breeds is ur dog rana??
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By Dinkar Singh · 24 Oct 2009 9:30 am
Kailash, I never advise anyone for pedigree as it is no good, although I am told pedigree proffessional is a bit better. Never change food suddenly, always do it gradually add a little of new food to old one and increase the quantity every few days till the old food finishes off and the dog is eating the new one only.

Yes Royal Canin is expensive, but I personally like it and for years my dogs were on it, then there came the foot and mouth disease and the supplies stopped in my area so I shifted to Eukanoba and now I am still with it and having no problem, although since you have a puppy I would advise you keeping the pup on it for atleast 6 months and then shifting to Eukanoba. But if you still think it will not suit you then by all means go for the large breed puppy in Eukanoba.

What you can do is also try and buy your food from one store or vet, so that he can then may be offer you a discount. Since I generally used to buy quite a bit the company gave me a special discount, but even your vet if he sells dog food can give you upto 15 % off.

Some people even give half pedigree and half Eukanoba or RC, but what you need to see is that during the pups growing age it should get a good wholesome diet and also required calcium and multi vitamins in the right quantity.
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By Rana Atheya · 24 Oct 2009 3:17 pm
I have a Golden and 2 Lhasa Apsos

I agree with @Kasmada
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By Kailash Relan · 28 Oct 2009 10:19 pm
Yeah..I'll go with royal canin as my breeder in punjab reccomended me the same...I am getting a discount 19% off mrp on royal canin as royal canin giant mro being 4400 rs but hes giving me for 3600...
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By Capt Peeyush Nath · 29 Oct 2009 8:03 pm
i have a great dane pup. There was dearth of good pet shop in ranchi and it was hard to find RC. I finally found a shop where i got eukanoba.. i feed him four times a day. Twice just the dog food. At night i usually give him chicken soup with Eukanoba.. and in afternoon I give him boiled milk and eukanoba. In evenings at times i mix rice or paneer with Euknanoba in small portion. Is it a good meal for arnd 80 days old great dane pup?
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By Dinkar Singh · 29 Oct 2009 8:58 pm
Which Eukanoba are you feeding? The requirement for a great dane pup is quite different and I would advise you to take RC only for him. What you can do is contact RC or its wholesaler in the closest town near you and they would courier you the food. Buy a couple of packets at one time. I am not too sure if there is a great Dane special food available but otherwise go for the gaint breed puppy and then junior as the pup grows. I would also advise you to give calcium and multi vitamins to your pup regardless of whether you give RC or Eukanoba. RC is the best and then Eukanba. In Eukanoba give large breed puppy
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By Capt Peeyush Nath · 29 Oct 2009 9:35 pm
yea thats what i have been feeding him.. eukanoba large bred
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